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6 Days Tour From Casablanca to Marrkech

If you are looking for an exciting and culturally rich  6 days tour from Casablanca, Morocco, then you have come to the right place! You’ll have the opportunity to see the Sahara Desert, the ancient city of Fez, the High Atlas Mountains, the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, and more. You’ll even get to ride a camel and experience the local culture! You can even customize your itinerary with Days In Morocco.

This 6-day itinerary to Morocco covers the highlights of the country, starting with Tangier and continuing south to Chefchaouen and Rabat. Afterwards, you’ll visit modern Casablanca and finish your trip in Marrakech. On this tour, you’ll experience the rich culture of Morocco, including its many monuments, souks, and medieval medinas. You’ll also experience a traditional Berber desert camp and the breathtaking sunset over the Sahara.

On the sixth day of your 6 days tour from Casablanca, you’ll see imperial cities in the high Atlas and middle Atlas mountains. You’ll also visit Ifrane, which is known as the Switzerland of Morocco, and see wild monkeys living in the nearby forests. You’ll also see the Ziz Valley, which is the second longest river in Morocco. You’ll also have the chance to go on a camel trek and spend an evening in a desert camp, where you’ll spend the night in a tent. Your 6 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech also includes a day in the Merzouga area where you’ll visit Berber nomadic families.

The 6 Days Tour From Casablanca will also visit Marrakech, which is the economic capital of Morocco. You’ll have free time in the morning to shop, and then you’ll be taken back to Casablanca. You’ll also get to see the Hassan II Mosque, which is the second-largest mosque in the world.

In addition to visiting Ifrane, you’ll also visit the Merzouga desert, where you’ll ride a camel. You’ll have a chance to see a beautiful sunset in the middle of the highest sand dunes in Morocco. You’ll also get to spend the night in a well-equipped camp. This tour is ideal for nature lovers! It’s a great way to see the beauty of the country.

If you have time, you might want to visit Fes, the imperial city. Located in the south of the country, this city is the cultural and religious center of Morocco. While there, you’ll also have the chance to visit the ancient Jewish quarter called Mellah, where you can see the royal palace gate yard. Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a traditional lunch in the medina.

You’ll also have time to explore Rabat, Morocco’s capital city. The city’s historic center is full of historic buildings, including the Kasbah of the Oudayas and Oudaya Gate. The city also has an impressive United Nations Square designed by French architect Joseph Marrast. The League of Arab States Park was built in 1925 and features a large area of greenery. There are also plenty of cafes and shady terraces. While there, make sure to visit the Hassan II Mosque, which is closed to tourists on Fridays.


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